AB2CSV
AB2CSV
2.4.3

3.3

AB2CSV free download for Mac

AB2CSV

2.4.3
17 September 2018

Export Address Book CSV files to GMail.

Overview

AB2CSV - also known as Address Book to CSV Exporter, this Mac OS X utility allows the user to export his own Address Book in one or more CSV or VCF files.

Now available on Mac App Store in version 2.0, AB2CSV has been chosen by more than 70,000 users all over the world for five years.

This simple and quick utility exports all your contacts with just one click.

Features:

  • All details exportation
  • Group exportation
  • Both CSV and VCF are supported
  • Multilanguage (Italian, English, Spanish)

Mentioned by Macworld as "Excellent Add-On" in "Mighty messenger" article.

What's new in AB2CSV

Version 2.4.3:
  • When a user denies the app to access contacts, the exporter returns "Export Denied". A message will popup with the instructions to follow to allow the app to access Contacts again
  • 64-bit support
  • Bug fixes

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9 AB2CSV Reviews

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Damian Weiss
30 January 2011

Most helpful

Beware! This application is no longer freeware! You have to buy it in the Mac App Store. Probably, in a few years, there won't be any freeware applications anymore as all former freeware apps have gone to the Mac App Store. That's another reason why the Mac App Store is a really bad thing. But that's just my opinion.
Like (4)
Version 1.3a
mel-funxion
05 July 2019
It worked once for me and then keeps repeating a failed attempt to transfer. I've tried reinstalling and restarting my computer several times.
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Version 2.4.3
Jazzyguy
19 October 2012
Excellent App. The price is reasonable as well.
Like (1)
Version 2.4.2
Damian Weiss
30 January 2011
Beware! This application is no longer freeware! You have to buy it in the Mac App Store. Probably, in a few years, there won't be any freeware applications anymore as all former freeware apps have gone to the Mac App Store. That's another reason why the Mac App Store is a really bad thing. But that's just my opinion.
Like (4)
Version 1.3a
2 answer(s)
JamesHarrisPhoto
JamesHarrisPhoto
16 February 2011
There are a lot of free apps in the App Store, so this may not be true in all cases.
Like (3)
robfol
robfol
16 October 2012
Why should developers work for free? It's only 99c for chrissake Pay up or do the coding yourself
Like (3)
Spackletoe
30 September 2007
Would be even better if that big Gmail button worked with Google Apps accounts.
Like (1)
Version 1.3a
Thiagopcarvalho
03 October 2006
The link seems to be broken. Any help? Thanks a lot
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Version 1.21
1 answer(s)
Thiagopcarvalho
Thiagopcarvalho
03 October 2006
First of all, thanks for your information and reply. I've just restarted, tried with 2 different browsers on my mac and even one of my PCs running Windows with no luck. I wonder if there is any other option available. Thanks in advance.
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Version 1.21
Applehill
21 May 2006
I just got it to work. I simply did it from the disk utility & it worked. I wonder why?
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Version 1.1c
@a
20 May 2006
Will all the fields from Address Book be correctly transferred to Gmail or will I have to further edit the fields in Gmail?
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Version 1.1c
ttlcntrlprint
20 May 2006
Does exactly what it says. Got to thank GMail too, no more .Mac accounts needed. totalcontrolprint
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Version 1.1c
1 answer(s)
Applehill
Applehill
21 May 2006
I did all I was supposed to do & I couldn't get it to work. It exported the file to the desktop & when I hit import in Gmail it said there was an error & couldn't import the list. What should I do? I need to get my addresses in there.
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Version 1.1c
@a
16 May 2006
Will I still have to further edit the fields in Gmail after importing? I'm afraid to try since I painstakingly edited all my contacts manually. It would be nice though to just import from Address Book in one easy step for the future.
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Version 1.1b